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SAA 2015: Reconstructing Iberian Copper Age Mortuary Practices

During my recent trip to San Francisco for the Society for American Archaeology meetings, I was co-author on a poster detailing new research on the Bioarchaeology of Looting. While I devoted the remainder of my trip to sampling as much regional cuisine as possible … Continue reading

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Can you teach a wolf brain new tricks? Some thoughts on artificial selection and brain evolution in canids

A few weeks ago, I attended another Evolution and Human Adaptation lecture. The ultimate reason I went to another talk was  to expand my mind and learn about the evolution of the human brain, though as always the proximate reason I … Continue reading

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